As he has multiple times this year already, Johann van Zyl made sure Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung were represented in the breakaway during the 3rd Coppi Bartali stage.
Stage two of the Critérium International, a 7-kilometre individual time-trial, was claimed by Italian Fabio Felline.
USA’s Benjamin King captured his first ever win as a professional on stage 1 of the Criterium International in Corsica.
Sunday the Lotto Soudal Ladies have a double schedule. Five girls start in the Trofeo Binda, the second World Cup race of the season. And eight riders participate in Ghent-Wevelgem.
The list of 33 brands that will be part of the Giro family in this 98th edition was announced today, during the annual Giro d’Italia Sponsors Workshop.
Pro Interview: One of the big changes coming soon in the season will be that of Bradley Wiggins stepping down from Team Sky after Paris-Roubaix to headline his own Continental team, WIGGINS. The guys at Southeast Regional Series recently caught up with Brit racer, Daniel Patten who is also a member of WIGGINS and a man who won the SRS race in Knoxville last year.
The Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali stage 1b marked the first team time trial for MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung of the season and the team just narrowly missed out on the win.
Shane Archbold, 26-years old new addition to BORA – ARGON 18 and lead-out rider for sprint captain Sam Bennett, scored himself a top result for his team at the Classica Corsica.
Today’s 203 kilometer long French one-day race, Classica Corsica started in Ajaccio and brought the peloton to the finish town of Bastia in the Northern part of the French Mediterranean island. After numerous attacks along the way, CULT Energy Pro Cycling ended up with two riders in the top-10.
The opening half stage of the Coppi e Bartali would end in a mass sprint with Manuel Belleti (Southeast) sprinting to victory. Grega Bole (CCC Polsat) was a close 2nd with Patrick Clausen (Trefor-Blue Water) in 3rd place.
With the Gent-Wevelgem running on Sunday, we've scoured the archives for a look back at the best photos and video action this tough Belgian classic has offered us in recent years.
None other than two-time World Champion and Olympic Gold medallist Paolo Bettini will be lining up among all the fans at the starting line at Piazza Sant’Anna in Pomarance (Pisa-Toscana) on Sunday, April the 12th.
BC Superweek is pleased to announce that online registration is officially open for this year’s series, which includes the Tour de Delta, UBC Grand Prix p/b Mahony & Sons, Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix, Giro di Burnaby p/b Appia Development and Tour de White Rock. Men’s races are for Pro 1/2 riders and women’s races are open to Pro 1/2/3 categories.
Wahoo Fitness, the leader in workout apps and smartphone connected devices, announced integration of the RFLKT and RFLKT+ Bike Computers with the Ride With GPS App. Cyclists can now access turn-by-turn directions through the app on RFLKT and RFLKT+, getting where they need to be safely and efficiently.
Seventeen of the top women’s cycling teams from around the world are confirmed to compete in the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic, a 12.3-mile circuit through the City of Philadelphia on June 7.
Thomas Raeymaekers was on his way to a promising career, in the best under 23 team in Belgium and then he finds out he has diabetes and was advised to hang up his wheels. From his hospital bed he saw the Tour of Turkey and knew he had a future in the peloton. This is his story:
Mar 26, 2015 - The Volta a Catalunya takes center stage this morning, but we also have video and results from Dwars door Vlaanderen. In other cycling news: Tinkov/Riis fall out, we preview Gent-Wevelgem, E3 Harelbeke and the Critérium International. Plus: Velits, beer, Degenkolb and Moser just fit into a full EuroTrash Thursday.
The Bigla Pro Cycling Team will be racing on two fronts on Sunday 29 March as it takes on both Trofeo Alfredo Binda Comune di Cittiglio and Gent-Wevelgem In Flanders Fields. Trofeo Binda is next in the UCI World Cup series of races and a strong line up can be expected at the start. The Italian race is hilly and one that will favour the climbers.
The Coppi e Bartali is the next appointment for most our climbers as MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung start the 4 day, 5 stage Italian race this Thursday.
After conquering the Green Jersey at Tirreno-Adriatico, the team will again try to be among the protagonists in the Italian 4-day stage race.